JStor is such a fantastic resource for scholars and writers, a treasure trove of interesting, scholarly information, easily searchable and available digitally in full-text format. I recently discovered JStor Daily (“Where Daily News Meets its Scholarly Match”). The articles they post are peer reviewed, reliable, and in-depth, but even more, they’re interesting, providing history and context and building connections between contemporary humanist concerns and scholarship of the past. Being such a JStor fan, I was thrilled when Amy Shearn of JStor Daily invited me to take part in an interview about the research I conducted to write The Good Echo. You can read the interview here.